The recent dustup over control of weapons in a New Boston domestic dispute had us recalling a man who did more than most to make sure that New Hampshire gun owner rights are protected while those who use guns in the commission of crimes are prosecuted to the full extent of tough laws. Richard Riley passed away late last year. A full page tribute to him appears in the March issue of the American Rifleman magazine. That is fitting, because Riley served as president of the National Rifle Association for three years and was a longtime member of its board of directors.
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